Niall Sharples Social Relations in Later Prehistory: Wessex in the first millennium BC
24 January 2012
Two academics from Cardiff have been nominated in two of four overall categories in the Archaeology Awards 2012.
Voting is now open.
Niall Sharples' Social Relations in Later Prehistory: Wessex in the first millennium BC is one of three works to be nominated in the Book of the Year category. Bridging the gap between the late Bronze and Iron Ages for the first time, Dr Sharples presents an alternative account of later prehistoric society. This book elegantly synthesises previous scholarship on the subject and sets an ambitious new agenda for the study of this period.
Voting for the awards is now open. Visit archaeologyawards.org, and scroll down to the bottom of the page, to vote.
Voting will be open until Friday 17th February, and the winners will be announced at the Current Archaeology Live! 2012 conference, held at the University of London's Senate House on the 2-3 March.